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Simple Lens Apparatus setup for 6D

Jesse Attanasio


I am unsure if this will work on other cameras, some of these parts are specifically made for the Canon 6D.

This was my alternative to removing my ballhead mounting plate and replacing it with a 15mm setup everytime i want to add some focus or zoom control to a shot... With the locking washer it is a rock solid mount and incredibly east to setup and take apart, plus it packs down easier.

I should add that the L bracket is great for panos, which is the original reason why I bought it. It makes it a little more bulky, but since this is my timelapse setup and not a walk around camera for me, I have no issues.

Lens Apparatus available at http://thechronosproject.com/lens-apparatus/

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1" long 1/4" 20 thread bolt with locking washer

Bracket showing REQUIRED 1/4" 20 thread mount without 15mm rail holder 

Bracket with 15mm rail and holder

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How-to and Gear Reviews.. SUBSCRIBE!

Jesse Attanasio

I get a lot of questions about my gear, where I get it, what it does, and how I configure everything together. So I thought I'd try making a few short how to videos to explain how to configure particular setups. There are a ton of how to videos out there directly from motion control timelapse companies explaining how to use their gear, but hardly any that explain how to get them to work well with each other. 


This particular video is for configuring an intermediate 4axis setup with Bulb ramper. I avoided getting into details of camera setup and even the bulb ramper itself because they don't have a lot to do with the synchronization of the controllers for 4 axis timelapse movement.

In addition to the video I made some cheat sheets to better explain cable configurations instead of spending 5 minutes explaining each cable and where it goes. There is a simple, intermediate and Expert method (mostly based on adding more controllers to the mix). You can even download the PDF versions which have hotlinks to where you can get the gear.


I know this particular video won't pertain to a lot of you, but I'd like to get feedback on if I'm on the right track and if I should even continue to do videos like this. I will eventually be doing videos for  the Simple and Expert methods of 4axis movement as well. I'd also like to share some thoughts on gear specific for timelapse and I'm even working on interviewing or maybe having a google hang out with some of the more popular timelapsers. 

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